About

Ryan Grossman's paintings depict his environment as a reflection of being; a psychology of place. Most of his recent work stems from growing up on Whidbey Island in the Pacific Northwest. While representational, often photo-realistic, he imparts either subtle or overt surrealism to aid that connection. He now lives and works on the Northern California coast where the people and landscape are informing fresh interpretations. 

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Northwest Gateway

16"x16"
Oil on panel, 2017
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Let Go

32"x45"
Oil on panel, 2016
Private collection

Keep The Wolves From The Door

32"x48"
Oil on panel, 2016
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Arrival

36"x60"
Oil on canvas, 2016
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Fogged In

12"x20"
Oil on panel, 2017
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The Sound

11"x14"
Oil on linen panel, 2015
Private collection

Alone But Not Lonely

32"x48"
Oil on panel, 2016
Private collection

The Old Dog

16"x20"
Oil on canvas, 2016
Private collection

Dusk

12"x16"
Oil on canvas, 2017
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Churn

14"x14"
Oil on panel, 2017
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Island No. 4

36"x60"
Oil on canvas, 2012
Private collection

Island No. 1

32"x48"
Oil on panel, 2009
Private collection

Island No. 3

22"x33"
Oil on panel, 2010
Private collection

Gray Area

12"x16"
Oil on panel, 2017
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Intersection

24"x32"
Oil on panel, 2016
Private collection

Island No. 2

32"x48"
Oil on panel, 2009
Private collection

Island Warmth

16"x20"
Oil on panel, 2015
Private collection

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